At Lifeway Christian Bookstore in Shreveport, Bibles fly off the shelves.
"We're known as the 'Bible place,' and that's what we sell the most of... different translations for kids all the way to adults," says Manager Zack Hudson.
It's no wonder why. In a newly released survey the American Bible Society ranks the city Shreveport as the second most "bible-minded city" in the country.
The research looked at levels of regular Bible reading, and belief in the Bible's accuracy.
People who attended the revival service at Mt. Canaan Baptist Church say they know why Shreveport ranked so high.
They think it has a lot to do with your personal experiences.
"Well I think here in Shreveport, we have a strong belief in our faith," says Melvin LaCour. "God is good and he's good all the time."
"People still want to see their children, their children's children grow up and know the Lord," says Trevor Allen. "So I think that's very important in this city, and prayerfully we can keep it that way."
But Pastor Theron Jackson of Morning Star Baptist Church says possessing a Bible, doesn't equate to believing and practicing what is in it.
"The fact that we have a Bible isn't the same as the Bible having us, if you will."
"While we can celebrate knowing there are a lot of Bibles, the question is when will we be able to celebrate the fact that that Bible has infultrated the hearts and minds of individuals and transformed Shreveport?"
Pastor Jackson said he hopes to see even more Bible exposure in Shreveport.
Maybe next year the city will be
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